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Sao Bento Monastery

Sao Bento Monastery

Sao Paulo, Brazil

This Norman-Byzantine style church was designed by a German architect and boasts a huge pipe organ with 6,000 pipes and an image of the Kasperovo Virgin that is adorned with 6,000 pearls from the Black Sea. Address : Largo de São Bento, Centro Tel : 011-3328-8799 Timings:       - Weekdays 6am-6:30pm       - weekends 6am-12pm and 4pm-6...

Alexanderplatz

Alexanderplatz

Berlin, Germany

the largest, and arguably one of the most famous squares in Berlin. It historically had markets so was an important square for many centuries. In World War II, almost all of the area was bombed but it has been beautifully restored. All public transport lines now have stops here and the TV tower rises up from the center. The Fernsehturm (or TV asparagus, as the Berliners call it) is 368m tall and h...

Tuol Sleng- Museum of Genocide

Tuol Sleng- Museum of Genocide

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Toul Sleng Genocide Museum reflects the dreadful history of Cambodia that every tourist needs to know. It was a school that got turned into a prison. 14000 people were the victims of sheer torture in that prison and the same people were ruthlessly killed in the Killing field later on. This museum features art collection, skull pieces and horrifying pictures and paintings from those times in 1975! ...

The Roman Forum

The Roman Forum

Rome, Italy

The ancient Roman Forum is a huge complex of ruined temples, basilicas and arches. It was the ceremonial, legal, social and business center of ancient Rome. People would gather there everyday to discuss politics with each other or with the senators of Rome. It was a place where the ordinary people could voice their opinion concerning trade and law, peace and war. Admission is charged as of Ma...